After taking into consideration the potential of energy efficiency, North Carolina’s wind and other homegrown clean energy resources, such as solar and biomass, can produce over 20% of electricity generation by 2030.
Join us for Part 2 of our discussion on practical steps to cut NC's global warming pollution by 60% in two decades - Clean Energy. We will bring in local experts and take a look at Southern Alliance for Clean Energy's new report "Cornerstones: Building a Secure Foundation for North Carolina's Energy Future". Speakers include: Dale Brentrup, UNCC Daylighting Professor; Larry Lane, UNCC Plant Maintenance Supervisor; Eric Blomendale, Southern Energy Management; David Jones, UNCC Office of Sustainability.
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What: Clean Energy Discussion
Where: UNC Charlotte, Rm 113, Cone Center
9201 University City Blvd
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